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20 Muscles Elevates mandible, as in closing mouth. . Elevates hyoid bone as in opening mouth.. Upper lip.. Turns palm anteriorly.. Elevates hyoid bone and floor of mouth and depresses mandible.. Hard
A Humerus Crossword About Joints Crossword assignment on the content in chapter 8: joints. Movement described as turning backward. . Turning of a bone on its own rotation.. Sheath that completely engulfs tendon that is subject to friction. . Fibrous joint tissue found only in the skull. . Inflammatory disease caused by the transmission of bacteria from tick bites. . Hard
Abdominal A&P nonencapsulated organ of the abdomen. vessel that divides the liver into right and left lobes. accessory duct found in the pancreas. location of the IVC in realtion to the liver. function unit of the kidney. Hard
About the Heart There are about 5 litres of this in an adult human body. Another word that means the average of a set of numbers.. The heart pumps blood to the ___________ to absorb oxygen and release carbon dioxide. The difference between the largest and smallest numbers. You need at LEAST four of these every day. Big
Adjectives Expressing Taste Synonym of disgusting. Causing or liable to cause a feeling of nausea or disgust. Very beautiful or attractive. containing a large amount of fat, spices, sugar, etc.. Smelling or looking delicious. Big
Adolescence David Elkind's research to learn more about the thinking process of adolescents.. An individual who has not yet given any serious thought to making any decisions and has no clear sense of identity.. Girls maturation.. Plays a major role in reward-motivated behavior.. Rites of passage that mark the admission into adulthood.. Hard
Airway and Ventilation rapid, deep, or shallow breathing. to take, suck, or inhale blood, vomit, saliva, or other foreign material into the lungs. a method of clearing the mouth of foreign material that presents a risk of blocking the airway. the areas within the respiratory system between the pharynx and the alveoli that contains a small amount of air that does not reach the alveoli. the normal amount of air breathed at rest. Big
All About The Brain controls the body's vital functions. responsible for balance and coordination of muscles and the body. processes sensory information that had to do with taste, temperature, and touch. control basic emotions and drives. archivist and architect of the cell. Big
Allergens Know your allergens The white stuff. English or French?. Keen swimmers. Often a food preservative. Frutti-di-mare. Big
Anatomical Etymology Consists of cutting open the body in order to examine it.. Medical term for high.. Another word for head.. Part of the body that inflates and deflates in order to make the lungs inhale oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide.. Suffix in medical term that refers to cutting.. Big
Anatomical Terminology Toward the back. Toward the side. To face foward; The front of the body. Toward the head. Achieved when the body internal eviroment is realitivly constant. Big
Anatomical Terms toward the back. runs vertically to divide into right and left. away from the midline of the body. toward the front . occurs in frontal plane, moving the body part inferiorly. Hard
Anatomy Threadlike struture bulit of a DNA and protein that condenses and becomes visible in a cell's nucleus during itosis. Organelle composed of a network of connected membranous tubules and vesicles. The dense core of an atom that is composed of protons and neutrons. Organelle composed of RNA and protein that provides structural support and enzymes for protein synthesis. Organelle that contains digestive enzymes. Hard
Anatomy abnormal heart beat. towards the back, behind. relating to the heel bone or heel. condition in which an individual has a low red blood cell count. away from the middle. Hard
Anatomy produces red/white blood cells and platelets . the end of a long bone . region form one Z line to the next and is the functional unit of contraction . fatty connective tissue . light and dark stripes on the muscle . Hard
Anatomy behind. foot. lower back bone. on the outer side of. naval. Hard
Anatomy Identify the skeletal system hip. bones on ches. head. part of tailbone. between the coccyx. Hard
Anatomy Fibrous elastic tissue surrounding the muscles.. Flat disk that makes the ER and Golgi apparatus.. The structure of fibrils in a striated muscle.. Bundle of structures (like the nerves). A layer of aerolar connective tissue that ensheathes each individual myocyte.. Hard
Anatomy aerobic cellular respiration. Carries oxygen. a group of organs working together to convert food into energy. allow oxygen and carbon dioxide to move between the lungs and bloodstream. is an airway in the respiratory tract that conducts air into the lungs. Big
Anatomy an empty space within mass. pertaining to the chest. pertaining to the head. body standing up straight and facing forward, with arms by the sides of the body and palms facing forward. the outer side. Big
Anatomy and Injury Complete crossword. deviation of a part or portion of the extremity distal to a joint toward the midline of the body. refers to the back surface of the body. farther from the mid-plane of the body. places where two bones meet. stretching or tearing of muscles and tendons. Very Difficult
Anatomy and Physiology Chewing.. Hyperkinetic disorder arising from lesions to subthalamus that involves uncontrolled flailing of arms and legs.. The bone shared by the tongue and larynx, and the only unpaired bone of the body.. Unpaired cartilage between the tongue and thread cartilage whose functional significance it that it drops down to cover the laryngeal opening during swallowing. . Communicates sensation of temperature, proprioception (muscle spindle), and touch from the arms to the ipsilateral cerebellum.. Hard
Anatomy and Physiology This lobe of the brain receives auditory stimuli from cochlea of the ear. This gland helps lubricate skin and hair. This lobe of the brain receives visual stimuli from photoreceptors in the eye. This structure is a chamber within the diaphysis of long bone. It contains yellow bone marrow and is lined with spongy bone. This region is where bones grow. Hard
Anatomy and Physiology of Hearing the process associated with hearing . the largest of the ossicles. the fluid in the cochlear duct . the entrance to the ear canal. acts as a funnel for sound directed toward the head from the front or side. Big
Anatomy of the Auditory System what is the largest part of the ossicles? . how is the basilar membrane organized? . located in the petrous portion of the temporal bone . what part of the stapes articulates with lenticular process of incus?. the _____ is divided into 2 cavity systems . Hard
Anatomy of the Heart Lines interior of fibrous pericardium. This part of the heart points towards the left hip. Actually a part of the heart wall. The serous membrane produces a slippery, lubricating fluid. Are on both sides of the heart. Hard
Anatomy Of The Shoulder A blow to the head of the humerus. Acromioclavicular and Glenohumeral. Held together by ligaments. Responsible for rotating the arm. Difficult, if not impossible, to find.. Hard
Ankle and Lower Leg ligament between the talus and fibula . muscle that does eversion. when MTSS is not properly treated. sprain between the tibia and fibula. 3 bones on the other side of the navicular. Hard
AP Biology regulator proteins involved in the cell cycle control. the stage that the chromosomes line up in the metaphase plate. the spreading of cancer cell to other places. the scientific study of heredity and variation. fertilized egg. Very Difficult
Audiology Terms middle ear muscle acting on the malleus. the wavelike action of the basilar membrane arising from stimulation of the perilymph of the vestibule. the structure of the bony labyrinth forming the central core of the cochlea. analysis of an acoustical signal to determine the relative contribution of individual frequency components. auricle, making up the readily visible portion of the outer ear. Hard
Autonomic Nervous System Any of the autonomic ganglia located in the plexuses of autonomic fibers.. neurons whose cell bodies lie in the autonomic ganglia and whose purpose is to relay impulses beyond the ganglia. any of the ganglia of the autonomic system whose unmyelinated fibers innervate the internal organs. What does the Ans control ?. Where is the ANS located?. Hard
Autonomic Nervous System background continuous autonomic activity. drug that simulates or mimics the activation of the sympathetic nervous system . control heart rate, blood pressure, body temperature, digestion, breathing, elimination, and pupillary reflex. a single organ most often receives fibers from both divisions of the ANS. the second of two main types of adrenergic receptors . Hard
Axial Division of the Skeletal System Made up of 26 bones includes the and the coccyx. Largest vertebrae; supports weight . Used for muscle attachment; mandible is the largest . Connects the parietal and temporal bones. Allows to shake our heads 'No'. Hard
Axial Skeleton formed from bone and cartilage; divides nasal cavity into left and right halves. houses pituitary gland. directs sound to inner ear. forms forehead. forms part of 'cheekbone'. Hard
Ball and Socket Joint One of the six major hip movements; rotates inward . Strongest ligament in your body. Cartilage that keeps the ball and socket connected . An internal rotator and an abductor . The 'socket' part of the joint. Hard
Basics of Heat Stress Some __________ may contribute to heat stress. . Heat illnesses can be serious, sometimes resulting in _____.. Seizures or _______ can be a symptom of heat stroke. . Most heat-related illnesses can be prevented by taking appropriate ___________. . Heat ______ is immediately life-threatening.. Big
Black Ships Before Troy Who is the King of Sparta (Helen's husband)?. Who was the most famous soothsayer?. Who is the goddess of beauty. Who is the prince who always got what he wanted?. Who cannot be hurt in battel (except for his heal)?. Hard
Blood Caused by vessel constriction and the release of serotonin.. Take up basic dyes causing granules to turn dark purple.. Results from prothrombin.. Incorrect rate of hemoglobin protein production.. Having too mant RBCs.. Very Difficult
Blood Another name for white blood cells. ______________ is known as the 'river of life'. An abnormal increase in the number of erythrocytes is ________________.. Living blood cells are grouped together as ____________ ________________.. the percentage of erythrocytes compared to total blood volume is called ____________.. Hard
Blood White blood cells.. Substances essential to the proper formation of the components of blood.. Leukocyte formation.. The oxygen-carrying molecule found within red blood cells.. Increased numbers of circulating platelets.. Hard
Blood red blood cells contain this protein. . this increases when you exercise.. this carries the oxygenated blood from the lungs back to the left atrium of the heart.. these carry blood away from the heart.. these prevent back flow. Big
Blood Overall function of leukocytes . Engulf and destroy . Smallest WBC. White blood cells with granular cytoplasm . Initial stem cell. Very Difficult
Blood and Blood Vessels white blood cells. condition of excess numbers of RBC's. condition of insufficient RBC's. movement of fluid from interstitial fluid to capillaries. blood plasma minus clotting proteins. Very Difficult
Blood and Blood Vessels Oxygen is carried around the blood vessels in the red blood cells. Name the chemical that the red blood cells contain to carry the oxygen.. Space in the centre of the blood vessel that the blood travels through. Arteries have lots of this type of tissue so that they can stretch when the blood enters and spring back to maintain the blood pressure. transports blood away from the heart. What is plasma mainly made from?. Hard
Blood Cells A white blood cell is also called what?. Fibrinogen and what other plasma protein are involved in the clotting of blood?. Where do granulocytes mature?. What do monocytes become in the tissues?. What cell is associated with humoral immunity?. Hard
Blood Pressure physician. red fluid. RN. CVA. blood vessel become larger. Hard
Blood Transfusion IV catheter should be _____guage our larger to prevent damage to red blood cells.. Blood transfusions should be completed with in ______hours of the time the blood was issued from blood bank.. Antibody screen and ____________ should be peformed within 72 hours prior to transfusions.. Record _____ amount of blood transfused.. If a transfusion reaction is suspected, stop the transfusion and notifiey _______ immediately.. Big
Bloodborne Pathogens primary body fluid of transmission. a bacterial infection usually related to puncture wounds that cause fever and convulsions. containers for used syringes must all have a label with ________ on it.. this virus can survive for 1 week in dried blood. a wound with a jagged edge appearance . Hard
Body More Then What the ideal Body Compistion is. Small Badoy Type. Nonfat Tissuse. A Slow Prosses of Gaining Weight. Big Body Type. Hard
Body 4 Muscles on top of your upper leg. You can have stomach Pains -_-. The back of your humerus. Starts at the center then goes to your shoulders. Back of your lower leg. Big
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